Cybersecurity and data protection laws are changing rapidly across Asia, and it is imperative for companies operating in that jurisdiction to track and understand these developments. Yet, the existing guidance can be lacking. In this guest article, DLA Piper attorneys Scott Thiel and Maggie Wong answer critical questions about how the Chinese laws can impact a range of organizations and provide updates on Chinese enforcement and guidance, on which companies are particularly seeking clarification. They also provide top takeaways from Singapore’s new cybersecurity regulations and address developments in Australia, Malaysia and other active enforcement regimes in the Asia Pacific region. See also “The Sword of Damocles in the Information Age: How to Face the New Challenges Under the Chinese Cybersecurity Law” (Jan. 11, 2017).
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